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The sacredness of questioning everything

by David Dark

  • 43 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Zondervan in Grand Rapids, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Apologetics,
  • Questioning,
  • Popular culture -- Religious aspects -- Christianity,
  • Christianity and culture

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Dark.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT1103 .D37 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19288287M
    ISBN 109780310286189
    LC Control Number2008036212

      Produced By: Magdalene John A sit down interview with Author and Teacher David Dark about his book "The Sacredness of Questioning Everything".   These everyday commenters were ignoring the book of Job, the book of Psalms and much of the rest of scripture that frequently question God. The whole concept of the problem of evil, really comes down to questioning God. As I moved through the book I kept alternating between thinking this was a good book and a great book.4/5(1).

    The Sacredness of Questioning Everything Audiobook [Download] () by David Dark Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. You can unsubscribe at any : Audiobookformat.   The Sacredness of Questioning Everything I want to announce the good news that God, the God in whom I believe, never calls anyone to playact or pretend or silence their concerns about what's true. I want to break through mind-forged manacles that render us incapable of seeing truthfully for fear we might let in the wrong : Andy Whitman.

    The Sacredness of Questioning offers a wide-ranging, insightful, and often entertaining discussion that draws on a variety of sources, including religious texts and popular culture. It is a book that readers will likely cherish—and recommend—for years to come. On Monday we will begin our discussion about David Dark’s book The Sacredness of Questioning Everything. To get us thinking in that direction and to address some of the issues that arose in the last post, I thought I’d pose two important questions about, well, asking questions: 1.&n.


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-- Andrew Bacevich, Author In The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, David Dark travels the lonesome highways of the American soul and finds signs of grace where many of us see only despair. Carry this book with you as a guide through these uncertain times.4/5(30).

The Sacredness of Questioning Everything made me reexamine pretty much everything that enters my head. I think about the music I listen to, the news stories I hear, the books I read, the speeches I attend, the sermons I listen to, the television programs I watch, the links people send me on Facebook everything.4/5.

To question everything means to question the very way you question, to question the reason you question, to be honest about your willingness to accept the outcome of your questioning, and to be ok with always questioning.4/5(31). In The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, David Dark travels the lonesome highways of the American soul and finds signs of grace where many of us see only despair.

Carry this book with you as a guide through these uncertain times. Charles Marsh, author of Wayward Christian Soldiers4/4(30). In the Sacredness of Questioning Everything, David Dark serves up a unique blend of pop culture and high culture, generously seasoned with religious texts.

The result is an immensely readable, profoundly subversive, and deeply prophetic : Zondervan. Every once in a while, I encounter a book that breathes life into me by the way it communicates profound truth.

The interesting thing is that books like this almost always take me by surprise. Zondervan sent me David Dark's new book, The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, with 4/5(31). In The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, David Dark notes that the freedom to question is an indispensable and sacred practice absolutely vital to the health of our communities.

The God we see in the Bible is a God who not only encourages questions, but demands them!5/5(1). David Dark’s The Sacredness of Questioning Everything is a praise of the questioning enterprise. “I believe deliverance begins with questions,” says Dark.

“It begins with people who love questions, people who live with questions and by questions, people who feel a deep joy when good questions are asked.”.

Overall, THE SACREDNESS OF QUESTIONING EVERYTHING is superbly written, and the content will make you think and rethink much of what you've thought before.

Every chapter ends with a series of questions for further conversation, making this a great book club read for those who struggle with faith, culture and Christianity.5/5(5). The Sacredness of Questioning Everything – David Dark “This book is for everyone who quietly suspects that God is a whole lot bigger than the church would have us believe.” – Jana Riess This is a powerful read.

Just powerful. I’m often challenged. I’m often stretched. This book did both, but it did something else as well. Overall, THE SACREDNESS OF QUESTIONING EVERYTHING is superbly written, and the content will make you think and rethink much of what you’ve thought before.

Every chapter ends with a series of questions for further conversation, making this a great book club read for those who struggle with faith, culture and Christianity. The sacredness of questioning everything. [David Dark] -- According to author David Dark, when religion won't tolerate questions, objections, or differences of opinion, and when it only brings to the table threats of excommunication, violence, and hellfire.

"The Sacredness of Questioning" offers a wide-ranging, insightful, and often entertaining discussion that draws on a variety of sources, including religious texts and popular culture.

It is a book that readers will likely cherish - and recommend - for years to come. From /5(13). This book is not about questioning everything, in order to find what is true.

It is about questioning some things within the Christian paradigm, but not questioning the paradigm itself. As someone who is wrestling with the latter, I had hoped it might offer some insight into the larger question, not whether one's understanding of some of its finer points are correct or not.4/5.

In his new book The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, David emphasizes that questioning, and more broadly that conversation, is an essential practice in the life of the Church. The Sacredness of Questioning Everything: Dark, David: Books - Skip to main content.

Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Hello Select your address /5(13). The Sacredness of Questioning Everything each page yokes keen observation to practical application with wisdom and compassion inclines the reader to forgive the book's.

David Dark is the critically acclaimed author of The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, Everyday Apocalypse: The Sacred Revealed in Radiohead, The Home My Books4/5. When I say ‘perverting,’ I mean it in the sense that David Dark defines it in THE SACREDNESS OF QUESTIONING EVERYTHING: the object is “reduced to a thing dispensed with, taken care of, filed away.” “Perversion is pigeonholing,” he says, and I sincerely hope not to do this to Dark’s message, since I’m convinced he actually does have something to tell us.

The Sacredness of Questioning Everything by David Dark Adam Shields Janu Book Reviews, Blogger Review Books, Book Reviews Scribd No Comments Takeaway: Openness to questioning your beliefs and understanding primarily is about relationship.

10 quotes from The Sacredness of Questioning Everything: ‘Feeling offended is invigorating. Feeling offended is a reassuring sensation. It's easier than Author: David Dark.Dark contends that it’s OK to question life, the Bible, faith, the media, emotions, language, government—everything.

God has nothing to hide. And neither should people of Sacredness of Questioning offers a wide-ranging, insightful, and often entertaining discussion that draws on a variety of sources, including religious texts and Brand: Zondervan.

David Dark, author of Everyday Apocalypse and Gospel According to America, has just bombarded us again with The Sacredness of Questioning Everything. It is largely a book about God, the constructs we believe in as God, and the kinds of questions we can pose to either as we “aspire to be more reality-based.” The book surfs the waves of an Author: M.

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